Los Angeles Goes Car Free For A Day For CicLAviaSome six miles of streets in and around downtown Los Angeles are closed to motor vehicles Sunday as the city's fifth anniversary celebration of the CicLAvia festival opens the lanes to cyclists.
CicLAvia Heart Of LA Kicks Off SundaySix miles of road through the "Heart of L.A." will be closed to vehicle traffic on Sunday for the 15th CicLAvia car-free street festival.
CicLAvia Festival Proceeds Six Miles To CoastThe latest CicLAvia event proceeded through a six-mile route the LA's west side Sunday, drawing residents to Culver City and Venice.
Your Guide To 'CicLAvia: Culver City Meets Venice'The six-mile route starts at 9 a.m. and runs from Culver City to Venice. There is no official beginning or end point so participants can start anywhere on the route and proceed in either direction.
Tito's Tacos To Stay Open For Sunday's CicLAviaWith CicLAvia coming to Culver City this weekend, businesses are gearing up for the flood of foot and bike traffic – but one beloved institution was threatening for the day.
August Event Calendar - Best Things To Do In LAIt may be summer's last official month, but there's plenty to still do. From festivals to concerts at the legendary Hollywood Bowl and more, we've rounded up what you should be doing this August.
20 Can't Miss Events This Summer In Los AngelesSummer is here and LA is offering a ton of activities to do!
Pasadena Streets Close Sunday For CicLAviaCicLAvia is taking over the streets of Pasadena Sunday.
For First Time Since Inception, CicLAvia To Hold Car-Free Event Outside City Limits SundayFor the first time since CicLAvia began, the celebration of car-free living will be held outside city limits as a stretch of Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena will be closed to motorized traffic Sunday.
City Officials Kick Off 'Bike Week LA'The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority officially kicked off "Bike Week LA" Monday.
Valley CicLAvia Crowd Estimated At 100KCicLAvia in the Valley was a rousing success, event organizers said Monday.
Thousands Flock To San Fernando Valley's First CicLAviaWhile the lights were flashing red, the wheels kept turning as the Valley welcomed CicLAvia on Sunday.